They often used the word "imagine." I imagine a stock worth more than the pathetic penny a share and any P/R release that says anything about what they may be up to. Besides the key management people purportedly drawing a paycheck and having nice Washington, DC digs, what the heck is going on? They refuse to respond to e-mails (protecting themselves?) . This investment is one of my most glorious mistakes. I rue the day I read an article about them in the Philadelphia business Journal, discovered their impressive advisory board at the time, actually believed they might be cutting edge (they had a nice McDonald's game contract) in a growing industry and a person SUPPOSEDLY influential in the casino industry. What a colossal mistake on my part.
The question is if you saw a share certificate for 1 share of LLTI on the ground, would you waste the time to bend over and pick it up? I throw my pennies away these days. How the heck can a company that USED TO HAVE such an impressive array of Board Members have fallen so far so quickly? I think we can all (I wonder how many of us there are?) await a bankruptcy declaration very soon. I mean, how much lower can you go that valuing a share at one penny?